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NEWS OF THE S
C. H. S. SCRUBS VICTORIOUS
Win Over Second Team From Steelton
Hi 3b By Score of l» to 0—
Re.euge vowt'd by the secoud team |
men who san the Steelton game Satur-i
lay afternoon was woe: yesterday |
afternoon when I entral High scrub* j
defeate 1 the isteeiton SITU'US ;>y the
of 19 to 0. Central out gained
the visitor? at every stage and won out '
.u easy fashion.
Forward passts> worked suivessi'uily
"or Central. Hall, captain of Central
Svrubs. made se* oral long end runs
aud praeti ally won the game for Ceil-1
tral, making two of the three touch
downs aud kicking one of the £oil«.
Proehlieb played a good game at quar
:erback, and Munnell played a great
.jame at left end. For Steelton Oiffeu
lerfer and Bret-: starred. Several new
►days and formations were pulled off
in tiie game by Central and most of
tiiem worked because of the splendid'
interference given the runner. The
line up and summary:
Central Scrubs. Steelton Scrubs
Munnel L. K Miller |
Oennev L. T Sharosky
Doehne 1.. G. ....... Beard
Marcus C Wishinsky
Frank R. G Hoffer
Segelbaum . . . .R. T staub
UeNainee R. E Tureuo
V>oehlich Q. B Walk
llall L. H. 8.. . Diffenderfer
Cooper R. H. B Hooker
Saunders F. B Bret;:
Touchdowns, Hall, 2: Froehlieh.
Goal from touchdowns. Hall. Substitu
tions. Central, Carter for Cooper, Coop
er for Carter. Time of quarters, 1" and
10 minutes. Referee. Taggart. Umpire.
>meltzer. Linesmen, Bingham and
ELKS OPEN SEASON
The Braves Win First Game From Ar
The Elks' Bowling league opened
last evening, the Braves winning the
opening match from the Artisans by
205 pins. George Schmidt was high
man. The opening drt»w out many spec
tators. The score:
Bohon .... 196 156 134 486
Hcltzman . 162 143 168— 473
Schmidt ... 176 151 307 534
Morrison .. 149 170 157 470
Totals .. SO4 712 778—2294
Behnev ... 133 160 155 448
Hoffman .. 151 121 115— 387
Palmer ... 115 138 99 352
Falk 12S 114 167 409
Knauff .... 154 16S 171— 493
Totals ■■ 681 701 707—2059
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CEnYSBURC TUNING UP
•Boar Cat" Scheffer Back at His End
Position—Mahaffle and Mer
! Gettysburg, Nov. 10.—The work upou
Xixon field yeeterd&y was not as strenu
ous as had been expected. The team
showed the effects of the ga.nie with
•lohns Hopkins an.l niauv of the men
are in a bruised condition. Conseqnen;-
ly. <oa-h O'Brien deemed it betier to
\eei- his squad out of scrimmage. The
varsity, however, was put through a
lou„ siege or signal practice. which was
| pulled oft" iu the same speedy manner
that was so evident in Saturday 's game.
Even though this improvement was
ewouraging to the coaches. sti'.l there
were many defects which must be dim;
na:» i before the Hucknell game at Ha ■
. r sb,- g next Saturdxiv. T esc Coa h
0 B 'it'ii expeets to overcome by the
w t ek's heard scrimmage. .After the sig
nal itrill the squad was taken for a
long ross-country run wiich was fol
| lowed by an explanation of new plays.
M aha (Be and Mercer were found iu
the lineup yesterday. However, t-acy
showed signs of tueir injuries and
4 l.uot continue during the entire drill.
; Captain "Bear Oat" S-heffe: was
again at his end position and pu: pleutv
of spirit in the squad. On the other
end We g-le, who played a bang-up game
at .lohns Hovkirs, showed his usual
t '-m iu handling forward passes. Afier
to-day the coaches will put the squad
through their regular routine. Thin much
ueeded rest, after the two games last
week with Fordham and Johns Hopkins,
s expected to oe of great benefit to the
PEACE ON ITS WAY
Herrmann and Weeghiuan Have Lous
Pow-wow to That End
Chicago. Nov. lt>.—Efforts to re
store peace in the baseball world were
rewarded yesterday with progress, ac
•ording to August Herrmann, chairman
of the National Commission, after an
hour's conference with Charles Weegh
man. a leader among the federals.
Herrmann would not say that peace
would come mmediately and insisted
that <ome -erious problems must 'oe
I solved before an agreement e<lV-d
reached, including that of taking are
of the bail players, which he said was
the most serious.
Both Herrmann a«d Weeghmau act
ed .a their conference as individuals,
they said, but admitted that should
their preliminary negotiations result
■ m finding a common ground between
organized ball and the outlaws, the v
would seek authority from their re
spective colleagues to draw up an
actual treaty of peace.
A se.'ond conference was on the
program tor later in the day, at which
it was likely terms for the purcha-..'
bj n eeghu'.an of a controlling mer
est in toe Chicago Nationals would be
liscussed. It was admitted that
Weeghman ho, i< an option on the Taft
shares :n the West Side Club.
Internationals Win Match
iu ;he Holi/.nian League last even
_ die Internationals won from the
Iri in 33 pins. Hcbson was
high man The score:
1 XT EK.NATIONALS
Branca ... 101 7T 7S— 236
Mortis 79 73 U3 — *65
Ra|>l> 79 79 90— IMS
Ryan . ... 94 277
Hobson . . 105 151 354
Totals 459 468 473—1400
Winn ... 86 $7 99 272
•Johnson .. 76 S4 72 247
Martin ... 7 6 S4 72 232
Shipley ... gg S3 140— 311
Wharton .. $8 127 SO— 305
Totals .. 402 465 490—1367
L. V. Reserves at Academy
1 oa h Tatem allowed the Harrieburg
\ ademv piavers a rest yesterday at'te.-
the victory over the Yeates eleven,
practice starting to-day in preparation
or the contest with the Lebanon Va
If. Keser'-es 011 Saturday afternoon.
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OLD STARS TO PLA\ INDI ANS
• Ham Fish Busy Rounding Up Football
Men For Game in Boston
Boston. Nov. 10.—On November
-5> Hamilton Fish. Jr., of New York,
captain of the Harvard football team
in 190 9, w iil lead a team comprising
many ot the old Harvard football play
prs atul others from Vale and Prince
ton against the Carlisle ludiaus in the
Boston Ame -an League baseball park
in this city. The proceeds of the game
will be, devoted to the Children's Is
land Sanitarium, a Boston charity, and
to the Red Cross.
b'ish, Percy Wendell, Pat Grant. Vic
Kennard and Crawford Bitigden. are
' among the Harvard stars who will
i play, and it is expected that Hobey
Baker, of Princeton and Ted Coy, of
j Vale, also will be in the line-up.
Fish is rounding up a te;:m at Gar--
j rison. N. V.. and Harry Gardner. llar-
I card's old quarterback, is assembling
j the Boston forces. The two teams are
| playing under the same set of signals
j and a good eleveu is expected to b"
| ready three weeks hence. In 1910 Fish
! had a .similar team and one that boa.
j the Indians 3 to 0 in the Harvard
BRAVES WIN MATCH
Brintou Rolls 2.">7 iu Game cn Y. M. C.
In the P. K. K. V. \I. A. bowling
i -natch las: even lug the B aces won
I from tiie Senators by 100 pins. Briu
ton set up a new game total ot' 257.
Me.-U i 94 145 157 4tfß
s>tull 117 123 132 378
! Crist lltj 100 157 37 3
Brintou ... 257 147 113— 517
1 Ebuer .... 163 157 142 462
Totals SI" 672 701 2222
Gough .... 165 131 133 429
i-Miller 155 127 11S — 400
Miiile .... 100 128 IS9 417
I. hard .... 151 130 133 — 414
j Bowers ... 140 170 152 462
Totals 711 656 725 —2122
ORFHEUMS WIN OUT
Basch Makes Two Records iu Match on
The Orpheums won from the Natiou-
I ills in the Casino League match on the
j Casino alley s last evening by a margin
of 151 pins Basch, of the losers. \
j rolled a new high game s. ore of 250 :
; in the stvonu game and a successive
: strike record of eight straight strikes.
: The score:
NATION A US
A. D. Mii.e- 209 145 14y— 503 I
I Thompson . 154 166 145 465!
! I ones 202 180 224 606 j
!.uk'- 176 190 IS3 549 I
Totals .. 912 937 553—2732 •
Ross 204 201 185— 590
Haigest .. 210 197 IS!— SSB
W. A. Miller 189 ISI 192 562
; Beck ITI 170 ISO— 521
1 Wilson 191 211 220 622
Totals . . 965 960 958—2883
WEINERT GOES THE VOYAGE
After Two Rounds With Jack Billou
The Bout Is Stopped
Philadelphia. Nov. 10.— Young
Charlie Weinert. of Newark, bit ut!
more than he couid chew iu fighting
or trying ;o tight .lack Dilion ia<t
night at the Olympia A. A. He went '
tnrougii tue first roanj having some
thing the better of the milling, but in
the second he was ro.ked to sleep and'
Dr. Reeves refused to allow the bout
to continue without consulting the
wishes of the Jerseyman. Dillon first |
caught Weinert on the jaw with his
right at iOug range and sent him down
for the tot.nt of nine. When getting in.
dose ue lifted Weinert over the ropes
with a left hook. As the referee count
ed off seven the bell rang ending the
round. Weinert wobbled to his corner
and was led from the ring.
GIBBONS A WINNER
Stops Young Mike Donovan in Ten
New York, Nov. 10.— Mike «_»ib-'
bons. of >■'. Paul, easily defeated
"Yojng Mike'' Donovan, of this city,
iu a ten-round matca at Madison |
f-quare Garden last night, the referee
stopping the one-sided contest in the
sixth round to prevent a knockout. !
Donovan was unable to make any
impression on the Western boxer, who
lisplaved his usaal cleverness. Gib
bons sco'ei two knockdowns in the
tit'th round. One went for a count of'
nine and the other was interrupted by
the bell at the eighth count. A right
hook to the top of the head in the
sixth sent Donovan down again, where
upon the reeree stopped the bout. 1
Gibbons weighed 151 14 pounds, and |
Donovan 156 1-4.
Clearwater Runs Fifty
W. H. Clearwater, former pocket bil
liard champion. !a« evening ran tiftv .
balls iu a 15 or no count match with'
.1. Herman in the pool parlors of R. C. '
Castor, Fourteenth an I Derry streets,
last evening. Mr. Clearwater will re
turn with his ■laughter. Miss Martha;
Clearwater, and give an exhibition in
the Commonwealth parlors.
NEW SYSTEMS BIKE RACE
Sprint of Hour. Figured on Point
Method. May Supplant Mile—
Foreign Riders Peeved
Nesv York, Nov. 10.—There is a pos
sibilitv that the sixday bicycle race at
Madison Square Garden next week may
be decided in a new »nv. In the (vast |
it has beeu the custom for the men tied
■ for first place to sprint for oue mile at .
i the tinish of the contest; their placing
at the tini-h of this mile has beeu their
placing for the whole race and the
j money was divided accordingly.
Over »n Europe this method has not
been followed, but. instead a point
scoring system was used for the las.
. hour of the race, making it necessary
i for the lonteslants to sprint for prac-1
tieally the whole of the last hour. In
former races here the foreign riders j
i l:ave acqiuesced to the American sys- :
tem aud there has beeu 110 hitch. This j
! year, however, the European riders,
some of them being new to the race!
in this city, have expressed dissatist'ac- I
. t'.on with the American system and
j threateu to stay out of the race uutess
the continental plan is adopted.
Four of the French riders arrived on
- the Rovhambeau yesterday and they
were much in fa\»r of the European I
| system. In fact, w>h Seres as their
i tpokes-man, they rlai.ned tuat unless
I • -Manager MuoFarlaud acceded to their
: demands they would refuse to race.
He stated that the European method
• which gave victory to the team scoring
• j the most points in the final hour of
1 the race reallv decided which was the
; better team whereas in the American
Z 1 system all depended on the best sprint
, er With such crack in the
. | race as Ooulett, Clark. Grenda, Walt
hour. Cavanagh and other Europeans
, : and Australians, the Frenchmen believe
. ! they would not have a chance in the
I I one-mile sprint finish, whereas they
might be well up front in the hour tin -
. j ish.
i WOLVERINES UP IN ARMS
Report of Trying to "Fix" Michigan
Players Enrages Students
Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 10.—Michi
; gan stu lents last night raided aud
• partially demolished the pool room of
< Joe Keinger. who wrote a letter, in
■ which he intimated that he could buy
i Maulbetsch aud Hughitt to throw the
! Cornell game and win $.'»0,000 from the
I students who were willing to bet on
The letter was sent to H. P. Bailey,
(it Summerville. Mass., who had placed
money locally on the Harvard-Michi
. : gan game.
He refused to have auvthing to do
' with such a scheme and the letter t'oun 1
' its way back to the Michigan athletic
. authorities, who made it public vester
■ i dß '• •
Remger heard that Director Bartolmo
I had it and went to the athletic ofti 'e
; trying to hush the matter up. He be
, came abusive and was throwu out of
the uttie by Coach Yost.
The matter caused the biggest stir
of the season on the campus, for while
there was no reliance placed on the ab
surd statements of Reinger. the reflec
; tions cast upon the Michigan football
! players enraged the students.
WELSH AND WHITE DRAW
Chicago Boxer Proves Tought Nut for
I M iwaukee. Wis.. Nov. 10. —'I'ieddie
Welsh. ot' Wales, lightweight champion
, of the world, was held to a draw in a
, fiercely fought teu-rouud coutest hero
I lust uiyht.
I nder the law a referee's decision
could not be giveu. out it was the opin
] ion of tiie newspaper experts that Char
ley White evened up honors by his
! whirlwind finish.
NO PRACTICE AT BUCKNELL
Coach Cockill Gives Team a Rest After
I.ewisourg. Nov. 10.—The Buiknell
eleven was excused from practice last
| evening, Coach Co kill deeming it wise
! to give them a rest after their ex.-el
' lenr work Saturday. The only men re
| porting at the gymnasium were the
| men suffering from bruises, etc.
Gdaniec. whom it was thought was lost
to the te: m for the balance of the
season was at the gym. and it is now
beheved that the i»one in his arm is
not cracked and that he will be able
to go into the Gettysburg game at
llarris'ou. g next Saturday. The other
players are in good condition and rea lv
for the herd drilling tnat will be start
ed by toadies Cockill and Jordan to
day in preparation for the Gettysburg'
COLLINS IN THE DARK
Declares He Knows Nothing of Send
Ing Him to New York
Atlantic City. X. J.. Nov. 10.—Car
roll Brown, former member of the Ath
letics and now with the Yankees, left
■yesterday for a hunting trip in North
ern Jersey. He an i hs party will es
tablish a camp at Harrisville and re
| main away two weeks. Eddie < oil ins
may join bis old-time team mate the
; end of the week.
Browu has been in commun .-atiou
with < oil ins. and said the iatter knew
nothing of the rumored trade that
woul i put aim In charge of the New
>ors Americans. He himself will be
.with the Yankees two more years, hav
ing signed for three season" on leav
ng tlie White Elephants.
E3CAPESDEATH AND WEDS
Architect. Twice Ordered Shot. Brings
New York, Nov. 10—(H. C. Heyoe
man, a San Francisco architect, who
said that he was twice arrested and
twice senten od to death. u n.e by the
1 French anj once by the Germans, was
a passenger on the Rochanvoeau. in
from Havre. yester.l-ay. He sai l that
the French soldiers firs: arrestel him.
■ but his a : peal to the American authori
-1 tie? saved him. Next, he sal'l. he was
. arrested by the Germans at Haidelberg.
Heyneman again gained his freedom,
however, and. returning to France, he
found Miss Florence La. ava, once his
i school mate, and niarrie I her. He
j brought his bride to America.
Found Dead With Bullet in Head
MarysviUe. Pa.. Nov. 10. —James L.
Ltddick. 25 years old. near Xew Buf
r'alo. was found dead in bed yesterday
morning, with a revolver in his right
' hand and a bullet hole in his hea I. It
is believed that he ended his life while
• his mind was temporarily deranged,
wh'ch condition was cause 1 by an ab
. scess of the brain, suffered about a yeas
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NIGHT RAIDERS BEAT WOMEN
lundred Masked Men Attack Homes
of Two Keutucky Families
Ijexmgton, Kv.. Nov. 10. —One hun
Ired masked night raiders 'Monday
light attacked the homes of two fain
lies in Butler county, dragged the in
nates out and administered a terrible
■eating with switches. Two of the vie
:unes were women.
Contrary to their usual practice, the
aiders did not tie their vi tiins to tree«
While they applied the last, but de
ailed members of the baud to hold them
helpless while they were beaten. On-e
their work was done the raiders left
their victims to get home tne best way
they could and themselves disappeared.
Citizens of that «e tion are forming
themselves into armed vigilatfe com
rnittees and will put pickets on every
lonely country road. The situation is
itaily growing worse in the affected dis
tricts and every eftort is being used to
keep tile news of the outrages from
Sleepwalker's Fall Fatal
Coateeville. Pa., Nov. 10. —Walking
in his sleep, Kdward Young. 65 years
old. fell downstairs yesterday and frac
tured his skull. He died in the hos
pita!. He was a recent "trail hitter."
He leaves a widow and several children.
Stole Prisoner's Roll
Detroit, Nov. 10.—Garnet McPher
son. of Walla eourg. Out., was arrested
here yesterday for a new and startling
crime. He heard that a man with $2Ol
was in the Wallaceburg jail, took a
hatchet, chisel and saw and rescued the
affluent one. then took his roll.
Kicked to Death by Mule
York, Pa.. Nov. 10. —Wendell Rheni,
a Newberry farmer, was kicked to
death by a young mule he was driving
near Yocumtown yesterday. His body
was found by a neighbor.
Diea at Dinner Table
Pottsville. Pa.. Nov. 10.—Harry
Shoemaker fell dead yesterday while
eating dinner. He sat down apparent
ly in his usual health.
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